Income-producing property—real estate bought for the rental income or appreciation potential—can have an important place in a diversified portfolio.
Income-Producing Properties: What You Need to Know
Two specialists from Wells Fargo Private Bank's Real Estate Asset Management group explain using real estate to produce reliable long-term income.
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